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Humble Bundle: Get games worth 300 $ for 10 $

The bundle offer is valid until the end of the month. (Source: Humble Bundle)
The bundle offer is valid until the end of the month. (Source: Humble Bundle)
Gamers can save big every month with Humble Bundle Choice. However, it is rare to find such a good offer: eight games for 10 instead of 300 $. These include some well-known games and full-price games that should be of particular interest to fans of RPGs and strategy games.

Humble Bundle Choice is a games subscription with which gamers receive a selection of games in the form of Steam keys every month for 10 $. The subscription can be canceled monthly. If you are only interested in the current bundle, you can cancel immediately after ordering and still get access to all games. This month's bundle contains eight games.

Our highlights

Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Realms of Ruin - Ultimate Edition (75 $)

Realms of Ruin is a real-time strategy game in the Warhammer Fantasy Age of Sigmar universe. As warlords, players lead one of four factions to conquer the untamed realm of Ghur in tactical battles. The game features a procedurally generated campaign, an extensive multiplayer mode and single-player challenges in Conquest mode. The Ultimate Edition offers additional exclusive content: four alternative hero skins, profile customization sets and a Hero Pack.

Nioh 2 - The Complete Edition (60 $)

Nioh 2 is an action RPG set in feudal Japan. It combines historical events with fantasy elements, in particular with Yokai, the demon-like creatures from Japanese mythology. Players take on the role of Hide - a half-human, half-supernatural warrior who embarks on a dangerous journey through war-torn Japan. The Complete Edition includes the base game and all three DLC expansions: The Tengu's Disciple, Darkness in the Capital and The First Samurai.

Saints Row (30 US $)

Released in 2023, Saints Row is a reboot of the original series from 2006 and is considered by many to be a humorous spin-off of Grand Theft Auto. The game is set in Santo Ileso - a fictional city in the American Southwest. Players build up their own gang to compete against rival gangs and rule the city. The gameplay combines shootouts, driving missions and character customization with a funny and action-packed story.

Five more games in the current Humble Bundle

  • Citizen Sleeper (20 $): A role-playing game set in the ruins of an interstellar and capitalist society. As a "Sleeper" - a digital consciousness that has been transferred into a physical body - players must survive by building relationships and overcoming various challenges on the space station Erlin's Eye.
  • Black Skylands (20 $): A steampunk-inspired action adventure game that combines elements of open-world, sandbox and top-down shooters. Players take on the role of Eva, who fights off outlaws and dangerous creatures while piloting her airship, collecting resources and expanding her base.
  • Soulstice (40 $): An action adventure game with hack-and-slash elements. Players control two sisters, Briar and Lute, who fight as Chimera against dangerous creatures. The game offers a varied combat system, customizable weapons and abilities as well as a story set in the fantasy world of the sacred kingdom of Keidas.
  • Afterimage (25 $): A 2D action adventure game with hand-drawn graphics. Players explore the fantasy world of Engardin, facing over 170 enemy types and 30 bosses. With deep character development, non-linear levels and a story that is influenced by the player's actions, Afterimage offers a multi-layered gaming experience.
  • Destroyer: The U-Boat Hunter (30 $): An innovative simulation game that offers an authentic depiction of the battle of escort groups against German U-boats in the Atlantic during the Second World War. The game combines action, adventure and simulation and allows players to control a destroyer with historically accurate instruments and procedures to protect Allied convoys.


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Marius Müller, 2024-03- 8 (Update: 2024-03- 9)